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BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji State women's basketball team will once again have an uphill battle in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. At least, that's what the conference coaches think. The Beavers will have to try and prove them wrong. Conference coaches picked BSU to finish 15th overall in the conference and eighth in the North division, according to a preseason poll released Thursday. The Beavers went 9-18 overall in the 2013-14 season and had a 5-17 conference record -- finishing eighth in the North and 14th overall. This season, head coach Mike Curfman's 10th on the BSU bench, B
BEMIDJI -- Despite the tough loss in their season finale Wednesday night against Moorhead, the Bemidji Lumberjacks are still the class of Section 7-5A. The Lumberjacks, who finished the regular season at 7-1, have earned the No. 1 overall seed in the section playoffs as well as the first-round bye into the section semifinals. Bemidji will host a game Saturday, Oct. 25, at Chet Anderson Stadium and will play either Chisago Lakes or Cambridge-Isanti. Chisago, the No. 4 seed in the section, is 6-2 and will host Cambridge, the No. 5 seed at 4-4, at 7 p.m.
BEMIDJI -- Coming into the season, Tom Serratore knew Bemidji State's early fortunes would hinge where they usually do -- behind the blueline. Especially with an early schedule that features two top-ten non-conference teams and two WCHA contenders. Following BSU's successful opening weekend that included a 5-1 upset of then-No. 2 North Dakota in Grand Forks, Serratore's bench colleagues don't need any more convincing: Bemidji State's defensive corps might be one of the best in the WCHA. "Some of my colleagues have called and asked me about that," Serratore said.
BEMIDJI — Even having the preseason player of the year on the team wasn't enough to convince Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference coaches that the Bemidji State men's basketball team is for real. Instead, head coach Mike Boschee and the Beavers will spend another winter trying to prove their doubters wrong. BSU played in its first official practice of the season Wednesday — the same day the NSIC coaches preseason poll was released. Although senior guard Brock Lutes was tabbed as the NSIC North preseason player of the year, coaches picked BSU to finish 11th overall and fifth i
BEMIDJI — A night after its historic upset of No. 2 North Dakota Friday in Grand Forks, the Bemidji State men’s hockey team had an opportunity to make some more...
BEMIDJI — After losing to Minnesota-Crookston 16-14 last year, the BSU football players didn’t want to lose the Hubcap Trophy two years in a row. Brady Schmidt, Tahi Nomane and...
GRAND FORKS — Bemidji State had only beaten North Dakota once before in UND’s home state: Feb. 7, 1970. None of the members of the current BSU team were even...
BEMIDJI — Last season’s loss to Minnesota-Crookston still looms large for the BSU football team. “Honestly, it was one of the most embarrassing moments of my athletic career,” BSU fullback...
BEMIDJI — Bemidji State hopes to make their annual trip to Ralph Englestad Arena slightly less intimidating. That's easier said than done. The Beavers open the season today in Grand Forks, taking on No. 2 North Dakota (7:37 p.m.) in a game that's sure to get the jitters out very quickly for BSU. The teams make the return trip to Bemidji Saturday night for the 7:07 p.m. game at the Sanford Center. "Pretty much whenever we play against North Dakota it's always a fun series," BSU junior forward Markus Gerbrandt said.
Beavers look for scoring increase as new season begins